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Casa Natalia

Chic boutique hotel in the heart of San Jose del Cabo

A charming oasis nestled in the heart of historic San José del Cabo, boutique-style Casa Natalia offers a taste of authentic Mexican hospitality in a setting of captivating beauty. This intimate hotel offers 19 guest rooms and suites just steps to the many art galleries, restaurants and boutiques of  colonial San Jose, whose colorful history dates back more than 300 years and includes Pericue Indians, pirates, merchants and missionaries.  Unlike its boisterous neighbor, Cabo San Lucas, San Jose retains a charm unspoiled by time and modernity.  Step outside Casa Natalia and enjoy old facades that have been renovated to their historic splendor, restaurants set in colonial courtyards, and a plaza brimming with activity.

Chic and unpretentious, Casa Natalia embraces the most charming aspects of Mexican culture and complements them with a European attention to detail that brings the hotel to life.  It is a place to dream, disconnect and discover, which is exactly what a vacation should be. The spacious suites are beautifully furnished, each with a different theme and motif.

Casa Natalia  is the perfect place for weddings, family get-togethers, business gatherings, and fiestas of all kinds with seating for up to 120 guests, and a stage/presentation area at its beautiful, award-winning courtyard restaurant,  Mi Cocina.

Accommodations:
19 guest rooms and suites, each with private patio sitting area and hammocks
Bio2 toiletries
Hairdryer
Free Wi-fi Internet access
California King-size bedding (extra beds available)
Air Conditioning and ceiling fans
Complimentary magazines and books
TV and DVD player in each room
Marmol bathroom with shower
Safety Deposit Box
Daily maid service
Bathrobes (Superior and Spa Suites)
Breakfast served daily on private patio (Superior and Spa Suites)
Slippers (Spa Suites)
Private Jacuzzi (Spa Suites)

Amenities:
Daily complimentary coffee in the Lobby
Award-winning restaurant “Mi Cocina” on-site
Heated outdoor half-moon swimming pool
Room Service
Palapa Bar and El Deck Martini Bar
Seasonal Live Music
Front desk and concierge service

Pets allowed (upon request)
No children under 13 (to guarantee the serene calmness our guests are looking for)
In-room Spa services available

 

April 1st – June 30th
Deluxe $165 plus taxes and service charge
*Deluxe Superior $195 plus taxes and service charge
*Spa Suite $295 plus taxes and service charge

July 1st – October 31st , 2013
Deluxe $150 plus taxes and service charge
*Deluxe Superior $175 plus taxes and service charge
*Spa Suite $265 plus taxes and service charge

Holidays Season 2013- 2014

December 20th, 2013 – January 5, 2014
Deluxe $215 plus taxes and service charge
*Deluxe Superior $245 plus taxes and service charge
*Spa Suite $375 plus taxes and service charge

Rates are per night, and in USD,
Please add 14% taxes and a daily $15 USD service charge
*Deluxe superior and Spa suites, do include preferred location, upgraded amenities and daily Casa Natalia breakfast served on your private terrace

Extra person: Deluxe room $25 USD, Superior room & Spa Suite $35 USD

  • Adult only

  • Air conditioning

  • Bar

  • Beach nearby

  • Design Hotel

  • Gay Friendly

  • Hammock

  • Internet

  • Massage

  • Meetings Facilities

  • Pet Friendly

  • Pool/Jacuzzi

  • Restaurant

  • Room Service

  • Safety Deposit Box

  • Wi-Fi

LA Travel Show Baja Sur Sampler winner, July 2013

Rating: 5/5 
From Baja Sur Sampler prize winners Allyson and Yoann
Reviewed: July 16, 2013

...San Jose del Cabo was a great, but we just stayed in the historical district. I was very sad that we missed the art walk they have during the week. The hotel was a little hard to find but very cozy and clean. We spent the last day just relaxing on the pool side hammocks and eating at the hotel restaurant. This was such a peaceful hotel and the perfect ending for our trip...

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Adding a Touch of Class to Cabo

Rating: 4/5 
Joshua Lurie
Reviewed: May 23, 2012

On “Game of Thrones,” the 13 hide the splendor of Qarth – “the greatest city that ever was or will be” – behind high walls in the desert. The wonders beyond the Casa Natalia entrance weren’t quite so pronounced, but the four-story hotel is much lovelier than its façade let on. We encountered a two-tiered restaurant with umbrella-shielded tables and a palapa-topped bar. A blue moat with bubbling fountains ran along a towering wall, leading to a semi-circular, chair-lined pool. Climbing two stories of stairs yielded an outer terrace with views to the heavens, an inviting hammock and flower-filled, built-in planters. Inside my main room, pink flower petals were waiting on my bed, not that I was inviting romance during a solo stay. There was even a relaxing lounge with blue cushioned furniture and a TV built into a cabinet, the only hint that we were staying in modern day Baja.

This review was submitted by Joshua Lurie, a writer from Los Angeles. Joshua has participated in the Baja.com Scribes program, a program designed to encourage writers to create original content about Baja California. Baja Scribes may receive food, lodging or payment, but they are encouraged to submit their own opinions on this site, which may not reflect the views or opinions of Baja.com. Joshua’s website documenting his travels can be found here.

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Hanging Out in San Jose

Rating: 4/5 
Colleen Friesen
Reviewed: April 3, 2012

Casa Natalia's courtyard indigo wall is the first thing that grabbed my attention and then it was the hammock in my little private covered patio. I liked the unexpected touches like the incense, matches and holder...very uber earth mother and right up my alley.

It was nice to have the little living room area and the option to have a private breakfast delivered to my little deck oasis. I slept to the white noise sound of running water cascading into the pool. Nice central town location. Lovely...

This review was submitted by Colleen Friesen, a freelance travel writer from Vancouver. Colleen has participated in the Baja.com Scribes program, a program designed to encourage writers to create original content about Baja California. Baja Scribes may receive food, lodging or payment, but they are encouraged to submit their own opinions on this site, which may not reflect the views or opinions of Baja.com. Colleen's blog documenting her travels can be found here.

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